Carving out fun for little monsters
THE Full Moon, in Hawridge Common, is holding a Little Monsters Party on Saturday from 5pm. There will be face-painting, pumpkin carving, apple bobbing, a ‘ghoulish’ buffet and films.
For more information call 01494 758 959.
3 WHY not combine your love of photography with a walk or a cycle ride? A landscape camera walk and cycle will be starting from the De Vere Hotel, in Tilehouse Lane, Denham, at 10.30am on Saturday.
The route is suitable for both walkers and cyclists, and will take in different points of interest in the landscape for you to stop and photograph.
The event is being organised by the Friends of Colne Valley Park, and should finish at about 1pm.
Simply turn up to take part, or email email@example.com for more information. ANOTHER fresh-air option for keen pedallers is a family bike ride on Sunday. The route will be around Beaconsfield, stopping at Holtspur Park where children and parents can take part in a circus skills workshop.
There is no charge – just bring your bike and cycle helmet, and wear suitable clothing.
Meet outside the Town Hall, in Penn Road, in good time for a 10.30am start. The ride is due to finish at about 1pm.
To register, email misha.lund@sustrans. org.uk or visit www.sustrans.org.uk. CHILDREN can help decorate a fabric square for a giant quilt.
Visitors to the Roald Dahl Museum in High Street, Great Missenden, on Saturday will be invited to make two squares – one for the quilt and one to keep.
The quilt is a reference to Grandpa Joe, one of Charlie’s four bed-ridden grandparents in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
Workshops will be running from 11am to 4.30pm. Booking is recommended – call the museum on 01494 892 192.
5 THE Chiltern Hills Vintage Train Group is hosting a classic toy train show on Saturday at St John’s Methodist Church Hall, in Woodside Road, Amersham, from 10.30am until 5pm.
The exhibits will feature model trains from the 1920s to the 1960s.
Entry charges are £4 for adults and £2 for children – proceeds will go to Church Community Projects.
The Full Moon in Hawridge Common is hosting a party for children on Saturday afternoon